CMM Obtains Judgment for Several Hundred Thousand Dollars Plus Interest in Breach of Contract Case

CMM’s commercial litigation team has successfully brought a lengthy case to a close. Our client entered into a joint venture with a maintenance company to provide services, and his years of experience in the industry helped secure a major contract with a New Jersey medical facility. When the maintenance company failed to pay him a [...]

Harrington to Deploy to Afghanistan

CMM’s Jonathan (Jack) Harrington, a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Reserve, has been recalled to active duty and will be deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Resolute Support. Harrington, an intelligence officer, will deploy this fall and is scheduled to return mid-2019.  Like most members of the Reserve or National Guard, Harrington spends one weekend [...]

CMM Welcomes Justin Ryu as an Associate

Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, a premier law firm with offices in Ronkonkoma and Bridgehampton, is pleased to announce that Yong Hyun “Justin” Ryu, an attorney with hands-on experience in the financial sector, has joined the firm as an Associate in the Corporate department. Ryu focuses on mergers and acquisitions and corporate formations. He also [...]

CMM’s Litigation Team Successfully Moves to Dismiss All Counterclaims in Unfair Competition Case

When a successful tire distribution company learned that one of its employees had been secretly operating a competing business for over four years while still working for the company and that key client files had gone missing and accounts stolen, they engaged Campolo, Middleton & McCormick to bring a lawsuit against the employee alleging misappropriation, [...]

CMM Secures Dismissal of Case in a Victory for Limo Company and Insurance Carrier

CMM’s Litigation team successfully moved for dismissal of a lawsuit filed in Queens County against our client, a limousine company whose vehicle was involved in a motor vehicle accident with another driver. When that driver served our client with a personal injury lawsuit, CMM immediately moved to dismiss. At oral argument, CMM attorney Richard DeMaio [...]

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

By Bernadette Starzee Last October, a law prohibiting employers from asking about salary history at all stages of the hiring process took effect in New York City. The law’s primary aim was to close the gender pay gap, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo is pushing to pass a similar law statewide. Laws similar to the New [...]

McCormick Joins Hon. James Hudson to Receive Directors’ Award from Suffolk County Bar Association

The Suffolk County Bar Association (SCBA), one of the largest voluntary bar associations in New York State, honored Campolo, Middleton & McCormick partner Patrick McCormick with a Directors' Award at the 110th Annual Installation Dinner on June 15, 2018 at the East Wind in Wading River. McCormick’s fellow honoree for the Directors' Award was Hon. James [...]

Kanter-Lawrence Elected to WEDLI Board of Directors

Lauren Kanter-Lawrence, Esq., Director of Communications at Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, a premier law firm with offices in Ronkonkoma and Bridgehampton, has been elected to the Board of Directors of Women Economic Developers of Long Island (WEDLI). She was sworn in during an induction ceremony held on June 14, 2018. WEDLI promotes the growth [...]

July 19 – Middleton Honored with Community Impact Award at East End Arts Gala

Ronkonkoma, NY – Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, a premier law firm with offices in Ronkonkoma and Bridgehampton, is pleased to announce that East End Arts will honor CMM partner Scott D. Middleton with a Community Impact Award at the ARTworks gala on July 19, 2018 at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead. Middleton was selected based [...]

CMM’s Municipal Litigation Team Prevails in Court on Behalf of St. James Fire District

In a well-publicized case and in a victory for the St. James Fire District, Campolo, Middleton & McCormick’s municipal litigation team saved the district significant funds by defeating a petition that sought to punish the district for allegedly not complying with a multitude of overlapping, conflicting F.O.I.L. requests. Between December 2017 and January 2018, Petitioner, [...]